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Jonathan Karl is ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent and Chief White House Correspondent. He regularly contributes to all broadcasts, including "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight with David Muir," and "Nightline." In addition, he hosts a weekly podcast "Powerhouse Politics" and the
5 Historic Washington, DC, Marches to Know About
The day after Donald Trump takes the presidential oath of office on the steps of the U.S. Capitol, hundreds of thousands of protesters are expected to gather on the National Mall for the Women's March on Washington. The march, launched by a Facebook post from a 60-year-old grandmother in Hawaii
Web Extra: Read an Exclusive Excerpt of Ann Coulter's New Book
Excerpted from MUGGED: RACIAL DEMAGOGUERY FROM THE SEVENTIES TO OBAMA by Ann Coulterby arrangement with Sentinel, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA), Inc., Copyright © Ann Coulter, 2012. Chapter 1: Race Wars of Convenience, Not Necessity The Democrats’ slogan during the Bush years was: “Dissent ...
Jan. 12: Military Force in the Gulf 1991; Haiti Earthquake 2010
1991 U.S. Military Force in the Gulf Authorized After talks failed to reach a resolution, Congress authorized the use of military force to liberate Kuwait from Iraq. 1995 Malcom X’s Daughter Arrested Malcom X’s daughter, Qubilah Shabazz, was accused of plotting to murder Louis...
Jan. 12, 1995: Malcom X's Daughter Arrested
With the thirty year old murder and its aftermath a piece of history not forgotten. Ever since the black leader Malcolm X was assassinated three decades ago his family has been convinced that the nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was was certainly a bitter rival and today in Detroit all these
Oct. 16, 1995: Million Man March
We Begin here in Washington today with a massive demonstration of black together is that was much more. The may be much different than its original planners had intended there were dozens speakers today from all over the country and all across the black political and social spectrum. But the hugely
White House Posts More than 75,000 Visitors Records -- Including Farrakhan and James Taylor (No, Not the Ones You're Thinking Of)
The White House today posted on Whitehouse.gov more than 75,000 visitor records from the month of October 2009. You can check them out HERE. Louis Farrakhan and James Taylor are among the names -- but the White House says they...
This Is the U.N.? Leaders' Speeches Definitely Not the Usual Diplomacy
From the four corners of the globe came the world's leaders this week to New York City. In the august chamber of the United Nations , some brought visions of a world free of nuclear weapons, others brought new ideas to curb global warming and bolster the economy, and some sang a song or made
Michael Jackson's Daughter Paris Gives Tearful Good-Bye
The lavish memorial service for Michael Jackson concluded with the simple, heartbreaking remarks of his 11-year-old daughter Paris. "I just wanted to say, ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine," said Paris, flanked by her aunts and uncles and grandmother. "And
Choice Words From Gov. Blagojevich
With the Illinois House poised to vote as early as this week on whether to impeach Gov. Rod Blagojevich, ABC News took a look back at the governor's colorful comments through the years. Since becoming governor of Illinois in 2003, Blagojevich -- who was arrested on Dec. 9 for allegedly trying to